Imagine your refrigerator placing orders when you run out of groceries? How about locating empty spaces in parking lots? Monitoring crops on your farm from home in real time? Awesome
Our Founder, Dr. Adeola Olubamiji, will be sharing about journey as a 3D-printing Engineer on a TED stage
We are excited to announce that Dr Adeola Olubamiji, our founder will be speaking at the @tedxtrinitybellwoods in Toronto on Dec. 4th, 2018. Please join us as she takes the
Our Founder recently conducted virtual mentoring with 3 amazing young women! @archycreator – 12-year-old President of ARCHY, an educational outreach organization providing Architectural Design training to youths in Jacksonville, Florida.
In line with our commitment to giving back to communities and inspiring the next generation of scientists, STEMHub Foundation sponsored the 2018 NaijaHacks Hackathon. While Naijahacks received 800 applications, 300
International Day of The Girl Child-Volunteering At The Jean Augustine Centre On the International Day of The Girl Child-October 11, 2018, we were at the Jean Augustine Centre, Toronto to
On September 30, 2018, we held a STEMing workshop at Restoration House Hamilton (RHH). The youths of RHH had a memorable experience learning about Non-Newtonian fluids. They studied the effect
Asides from free drinks, online networking is a great way to build relationships and open doors that would have been otherwise locked. However, many people whine about how online networking
One-to-many Mentoring On August 4 2018, Our Founder, Dr Adeola Olubamiji spent the day with the Royal Youths For Christ at their annual retreat at the Crieff Hills Community sharing.
We are excited to announce the payment of application fees for 10 African students applying for Masters or Doctoral Degrees at any Canadian University for Winter or Fall 2019. Selected
Today Nelson Mandela would have been 100 years old. A champion for education, Nelson Mandela suggested that world-class African Institutes of Science & Technology (AISTs) in sub-Saharan Africa were perhaps